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Algebra 1

In the same way that division is the opposite of mulitplication, taking the square root of a number is the opposite of squaring it. You will practice Multiplying Radical Expressions with the FOIL Method, Using Conjugates to Rationalize Denominators, and Solving Root Equations. We will learn special properties and rules, such as The Quotient Property of Square Roots when Simplifying Radical Expressions. From Roots and Powers in Equations to Radical Functions in the Real World, our Square Roots topic will prepare you for more advanced math topics, such as quadratic equations.

- Roots and Powers in Equations
- Solving Root Equations
- Addition and Subtraction in Roots
- Multiplication of Roots
- Division of Roots
- Dividing Roots
- Taking a Root to an Exponent
- Radical Functions in the Real World
- The Product Property of Square Roots
- The Quotient Property of Square Roots
- Simplifying Radical Expressions
- Rationalizing the Denominator
- Introduction to Conjugates that Rationalize Denominators
- Using Conjugates to Rationalize Denominators
- Subtracting Radical Expressions with Like Radicands
- Adding Radical Expressions with Unlike Radicands
- Subtracting Radical Expressions with Unlike Radicands
- Multiplying Radical Expressions
- Multiplying Radical Expressions with the Distributive Property
- Multiplying Radical Expressions with the FOIL Method
- Midpoint Formula
- Applying the Midpoint Formula
- Basic Midpoint of Two Points
- Finding a Missing Coordinate using the Midpoint Formula
- Applying the Midpoint Formula with One Endpoint
- Midpoint Formula in the Real World
- Distance Formula
- Applying the Distance Formula
- Finding a Missing Coordinate using the Distance Formula
- Distance Formula in the Real World
- Basic Distance Between Points

Pathways are a sequence of tutorials that help you learn a whole subject area, one concept at a time. Choose from multiple teachers and teaching styles.